I guess I'm lucky in that I don't have to go to a range where I have to pack my stuff to a bench. I can drive right to where we shoot, but that's the advantage of shooting on private land. I usually have the back of my truck full and if two of us go we then take a second truck to make it easier.
The back of my truck has a compartment for the fold up bench, gun cases on each side and the top center section slides out for easy access. The top center section holds a big soft gear bag and two good sized hard boxes/cases with tools, cleaning gear etc. The slide out center section has a compartment that holds the front rest, rear bags etc. so they can't move around. Usually on top of the gun cases on each side is where the chronograph, tripods, gun vise etc. goes. By the time all of the chairs, target frames, chronograph etc. get put on top its pretty full. If I take the 4'x8' folding frame setup for long range drop testing it gets really crowded in my poor little canopy.
The canopy is always full and the rear seat is also loaded down with electronics and optics and somewhere in the whole thing there is always a cooler of ice water or something to drink. If it's an all day thing, then there's lunch to pack in some hole also.
I guess in answer to your question about what I carry my primary and secondary equipment in......it's my crowded truck.
The second truck makes the bulky items like sun shade etc. easier to manage. You wouldn't think that just two guys could take two trucks of stuff out just to shoot for the day. [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/grin.gif[/img] [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/smile.gif[/img] [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/grin.gif[/img]